First of all, I am new to Linux environment.
Recently I decided to switch to Linux environment to become a computer geek :P. But need to have Windows also for some basic tasks like Office and for siblings.
My choice of Linux is Elementary OS dual booting with Windows.
I installed Windows 10 (free installation, old one was years old now) and then installed Linux so I wont get into any trouble with grub and stuff.
Used Elementary fine and Windows too, no issues. And then the problem arises:
Windows gave me an update, I updated my system. Previously, I didn't got any trouble with accessing files. I used to download torrents from both distro into the same folder which was NTFS(E: drive) btw but after the update all drives are still mounted in Linux and are read only now. Another thing I notice in Grub Loader, previously there were only two options to select Elementary or Windows, now it gives me 4-5 options saying boot from F:\efi or G:\efi (something like that it shows more than one location of efi. Don't know this stuff).
Problem is I am not able to write to any partition other than my linux partition(/), rest are mounted read-only.
Currently, three drives are installed in my PC:
2) Drive on which Linux is installed